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Title: Inaugural General Meeting


1
2011-12 Inaugural General Meeting August 15,
2011 WELCOME
2
WELCOME
  • Please Sign In
  • On the White Cards Put your name, todays date
    August 15, 2011 and sign it
  • After 7pm please use the other color card
  • When completed please give all cards to Mike
    Prociuk

3
MEETING AGENDA
  • Meeting Dates Key Dates
  • Committee Introductions Training Dates
  • State Series Guidelines Structure
  • State Series Clinics
  • Our Uniform
  • Guidelines Fines
  • Amendment
  • Evaluations
  • Rules Mechanics Changes
  • Website Overview
  • Other Business
  • Other Business
  1. Introductions
  2. Account Status
  3. Welcome New Registrants
  4. Service Awards
  5. Off season review
  6. Officials Conference Review
  7. State Field Clinic Review
  8. Evaluation Camp
  9. Registration Overview
  10. New Fingerprinting Procedure
  11. Important FHSAA Dates
  12. Commissioners Season Dates
  13. Varsity JV Schedule Review
  14. Mentor Program

4
INTRODUCTIONS
  • Executive Board
  • President Lee Lazerson 2 year term
  • 1st Vice President Freddy Roman 1 year term
  • 2nd Vice President Jared White 2 year term
  • Treasurer Robert Wicker 1 year term
  • Secretary Mike Prociuk 1 year term
  • Sergeant of Arms Peter Stewart 2 year term
  • Booking Commissioner Harry Kennedy
  • Rules Interpreter Dave Dunning 2 year term
    concurrent with President

5
ACCOUNT STATUS
Wachovia 6,027.03 Paypal 2,181.97 TOTAL 8,209
.00
6
WELCOME NEW REGISTRANTS
We have over 15 new people who have completed, or
in the midst, of registering for this season.
New Officials Intros
7
Service Awards
8
Jim Mulchay Award
Presented To Mark Montimurro
9
Bill McFadden Award
Presented at future meeting
10
OFF SEASON RE-CAP
11
Basketball Break-out Session
Presented By Shanell L. Young Director of
Athletics
12
Leadership Conference Review
  • Key Points from Dr. Peggy Jones
  • Committees must be active and working
  • Officials account for 10 of FHSAA Revenues
    468,500
  • Officials account for 2 of FHSAA Expense
    99,800
  • FHSAA Concussion Procedure Big Topic
  • Concussion procedure is linked from our homepage

13
Concussion Procedure When in doubt, sit them
out.
  • When a player exhibits signs, symptoms, etc for a
    potential concussion, injury
  • Stop the game and let the coach know that the
    student needs to be reviewed/evaluated for an
    injury
  • We are not physicians so the FHSAA prefers us to
    not diagnose that it is a concussion
  • Once removed from the game, the obligation of the
    official is over.
  • The player can return to the game if they are
    approved by a medical official
  • Note It is not the responsibility of the
    official to police this.
  • When the coach puts the player back in the game
    the school has accepted responsibility for this
    player, and all medical approvals.
  • Recommended viewing www.nfhslearn.com/courses/co
    ncussion

14
Leadership Conference Review Suspension Analysis
by Sport - Statewide
15
FHSAA FINALS
  • Lakeland Center
  • Contract Extension 2014
  • New Finals Format
  • 8 Classes in current 4 day format
  • Time schedule is TBD
  • Odd classes Wed.-Thur.
  • Even classes Fri.-Sat.

16
FHSAA FINALS
  • New State Series Ball
  • Spalding Legacy Ball
  • Will allow the schools to use the TF1000 with an
    approved waiver from the FHSAA office.

17
  • Enforcement Reporting
  • Miscellaneous Section
  • Spectator issues
  • Facility issues
  • Game ball issues
  • Uniform issues
  • Etc.
  • These can be requested by the Sunshine Law

18
  • Changing the Environment
  • Officials Role
  • Support System
  • Awards Programs
  • Coach/Athlete Relationships
  • Recruiting
  • Student officials
  • Lets look for these opportunities

Exceptional Sportsmanship Reports!
19
2nd Annual FHSAA Evaluation Camp
  • July
  • At Disney Wide World of Sports in conjunction
    with AAU
  • Four Members Attended
  • Movement by the FHSAA toward fielding State
    Series Crews 1 and 2
  • Only those officials that have a State Series
    (semis, finals) Evaluation or State Evaluation
    Camp Evaluation will be considered for Crews 1
    and 2

20
THE GOALS OF AN EVALUATION PROGRAM
  1. To improve individual officials
  2. To rank order individual officials
  3. Promote standardized mechanics through the
    evaluation process
  4. To be consistent
  5. Stop the biasness of the observers

21
REGISTRATION OVERVIEW
22
REGISTRATION OVERVIEW
If you have not registered For the BCBOA go to
www.bcboaonline.org/jointhebcboa.html For the
FHSAA returning officials https//officials.fhsa
a.org/ FHSAA new officials http//www.becomeanoff
icial.org/ Returning Officials Register with
the BCBOA (www.bcboaonline.org) online 45 prior
to Sept.15 (10 late fee will apply after
9/15/2011)
23
REGISTRATION OVERVIEW
Registration Status
24
REGISTRATION OVERVIEW
  • 115 Registrations to-date (includes)
  • Fully completed
  • Only FHSAA
  • Only BCBOA
  • Over 15 Brand New or returning after years of
    absence
  • When you are complete and fully paid, Harry is
    notified to add you to Arbiter

25
Secondary Registration Status
All counties in the State of Florida abide by the
FHSAA mandate maximum of 25 Varsity games per
school, 20 for JV. In Broward County the games
maximum is 20 Varsity Contests and 15 JV games
per school. Due to this reduction of games
established by Broward Schools and the Broward
County Athletic Association, secondary status
officials are not guaranteed to receive any
games. If an official decides to join the BCBOA
as their secondary association and receives zero
games, 50 of their membership dues will be
refunded.
Presidents Note Members present were asked if
there was any objection to this policy, and no
objections were raised.
26
New and/or Transfer Officials Registration and
Fingerprinting Procedure
  • Register and pay with BCBOA
  • Register and pay with FHSAA
  • Once 1 and 2 are complete, I send you an email
    outlining the procedure for your fingerprinting
    and background check.
  • You submit your prints and information
  • Upon passing you will receive a badge, which is
    good for one year.
  • Initial cost is 94.50. Annual renew is 20 for
    4 years. Then 94.50 againand so on.
  • BCAA, when you are cleared, provides you with a
    Vendor to be used for all home Public School
    games

27
IMPORTANT DATES
28
FHSAA CALENDAR IMPORTANT DATES
  • Books and Info will be sent out from the FHSAA in
    early September
  • FHSAA and BCBOA registration closes September
    30th
  • Rules Video Presentation Oct 7 20
  • Open Book Test Online Oct 21 26
  • Written Closed Book is Discontinued
  • Closed Book Test Online Nov 3 Nov 14
  • Make-Up Exam Online Dec 2 6 Your maximum
    score is 75

29
COMMISSIONER AND SEASON DATES
30
2011-12 FHSAA WINTER SPORTS CALENDAR
  • Oct 24 Girls practice begins
  • Oct 31 Boys practice begins
  • Nov 8 Girls Preseason games start
  • Nov 14 Girls Season starts / Boys Preseason
    starts
  • Nov 21 Boys Season Starts / Middle School
    Starts
  • Dec 3 JV Saturday Round Robin games start
    Mentor Program
  • Jan 21 Girls District play ends
  • Jan 28 Girls regular season ends / Boys
    District play ends
  • Jan 30 - Girls District Tournament play begins /
    Middle School Championship
  • Feb 4 Boys regular season ends
  • Feb 6 Boys District Tournament play begins

31
2011-12 FHSAA WINTER SPORTS CALENDAR
  • Feb 9 Girls Regional Qtrs
  • Feb 11 Boys Districts
  • Feb 14 Girls Regional Semis
  • Feb 16 Boys Regional Qtrs
  • Feb 18 Girls Regional Finals
  • Feb 21 Boys Regional Semis
  • Feb 22 25 Girls Finals
  • Feb 25 Boys Regional Finals
  • Feb 29 March 3 Boys Finals

32
COMMISSIONER AND SEASON DATES
  • Eight Classifications this year
  • Ranking System
  • Arbitersports
  • The Shoes

33
2011-12 Varsity and JV Public School Overview
  • Varsity There will be games every night of the
    week. Dominant nights are Tues and Fri
  • Majority of nights it is girls/boys Varsity
    contests beginning at 6pm at same location
  • Some nights will be single nights with Varsity
    game at 7pm
  • Extra 2 Travel for all Varsity and JV Contests
  • JV Vast majority of games will be played on
    Saturdays
  • Saturdays 9a 2p
  • Ten Sites
  • 3 Schools at each of ten sites in Round Robin
    Play
  • Game every houror so
  • Six (6) min Quarters
  • Five (5) min halves

34
2011-12 JV Public School Vendor Payment
  • JV Vendor Payments
  • One contact at the school
  • Hand each vendor form to that one contact
  • Fill form out at site
  • Only one travel charge
  • That contact will put your vendor form in the
    correct pony envelope so the correct school
    receives and can process payment
  • Know who the visiting school is for the game(s)
    you do
  • Follow up promptly to see AD received form
  • Advice is to not let it go past a week to see if
    form was received

35
BCBOA MENTOR PROGRAM
36
BCBOA MENTOR PROGRAM
  • Experienced officials in support of our newer
    officials
  • New JV Schedule lends itself well for program
  • Goals Observation, advisement, partnership,
    support
  • Commitment for one season
  • Mentor Goals Pregame, constructively during,
    and post game guidance, effective communication
    skills
  • Mentee Goals Observation. Listen effectively
    and ask questions
  • We will have a sign up sheet at one of our next
    meetings

37
BCBOA 2011-12 MEETING and TRAINING DATES On the
Website
38
KEY MEETING 2011-12 DATES
Why more meetings? October 3 Genrl Mtg Arbiter
Training. Test Review. November 14 Genr Mtg
Food Turkey Drive December 19 Genrl Mtg Toy
Drive December 26 List of 42 Publicized January
3 - List of 42 approved January 13 List of 42
due to FHSAA. January 9 22 Nominations for
open Board of Directors positions / online
posted January 24 Genrl Mtg Formal nominations
for Board of Directors, seconds and candidate
presentations. Mon, Feb 7 7am through Wed, Feb 9
115959pm On-Line Elections for Board of
Directors open positions Feb 13 Genrl Mtg
Annual review
39
COMMITTEE INTRODUCTIONS
40
COMMITTEE INTRODUCTIONS
  • Committees
  • Board Liaison Mike Prociuk
  • Assignment Committee
  • Terry Saulsby, Joe McGrath, Lindsay Stewart
  • Board Liaison Peter Stewart
  • Grievance Committee
  • Scott Puleo, Jerrod Neal, Bob Surgan
  • Board Liaison Mike Prociuk
  • Hospitality Committee
  • Board Liaison Jared White
  • Training Committee
  • Dan Eberly, Jeff Eicholtz, Bill Lasher

41
COMMITTEE INTRODUCTIONS
  • Committees
  • Board Liaison Robert Wicker
  • Evaluation Committee
  • Jay Provenzano, Jim Mulchay, Bob McKinney
  • Board Liaison Freddy Roman
  • Recommendations Committee
  • Willie Roberts, Pete Battaglia, Jermaine Gammage,
    Bryan Chouinard, Carl Lendinara
  • State Series Crews Guidelines

42
STATE SERIES CREW GUIDELINES STRUCTURE
Our goal was too provide an environment where the
best officials can excel and more opportunity can
be given to those who put the work in to achieve
a higher standard of officiating.
  • Minimum Requirements
  • Member in-good-standing with BCBOA and FHSAA
  • Rank 1 or 2 official
  • State Field Clinic within past four years
  • BCBOA Three-Man Training
  • (unless you went to Eval Camp or SFC in the Fall)

43
STATE SERIES CLINIC INFORMATION
44
OUR UNIFORM
cost 185.00
45
GUIDELINES FINES
46
GUIDELINES FINES
47
GUIDELINES FINES
48
GUIDELINES FINES
49
GUIDELINES FINES
Make sure you review the appeals process located
in our Guidelines.
50
Amendment
  • Motion to propose a change to By-Law Article XI,
    Section 2 to read
  • Meeting attendance requirements and subsequent
    penalties will be established by the Board of
    Directors and presented in BCBOA Guidelines.
  • Motion, Peter Stewart, seconded Mike Prociuk.
    passed 4-0. Must be presented and passed by
    membership according to association governance to
    be in effect.
  • Reasons To improve attendance at general
    meetings and subsequent training sessions.
  • To allow for maximum accrual of points per the
    FHSAA
  • To allow for changing landscape should
    association make the move to electronic meetings
  • According to our Constitution we will vote on
    this in our October meeting.

51
Evaluations
  • Preseason Tournament Evaluations
  • Required for 150 200 Rank Officials.
  • Or Required for Evaluation Cmte, Board or
    Commissioner requested officials of 100 or 250
    rank
  • If not requested, you can request board approval
    to be evaluated
  • All three man games
  • The fee for these games will be 40 per game

Presidents Note Head custodian came in at this
point in the meeting and politely asked us to
vacate the premises.
52
RULES AND MECHANICS CHANGES Dave Dunning
BCBOA Rules Interpreter
53
2011-12 NFHS Updated Rules
Dave Dunning Rules Interpreter
54
NFHS Changes - 1-3-1
  • The center restraining circle specifications were
    changed to permit a minimum of a ¼-inch-wide
    single line but a line no wider than 2-inches to
    designate the outer edge of the circle.
    Contrasting colored-floor areas are still
    permissible.
  • Rationale Many existing courts already have a
    center circle that has a single ¼ -inch line. A
    mathematical line between two solid colors is
    also permitted in Table 1-1, Supplement to the
    Basketball Court, No. 3. This change provides
    consistency in the rule.

55
NFHS Changes - 3-5-3 New
  • The specifications regarding arm compression
    sleeves were changed to require the item to be
    white, black, beige or a single solid school
    color, be the same color for each team member and
    have only a single manufacturers logo that does
    not exceed 2 ¼ square inches. Arm compression
    sleeves must still be worn for medical purposes.
  • Rationale This rules change provides
    clarification and makes enforcement more
    consistent for officials.

56
NFHS Changes - 4-12-1, 4-12-2 4-12-6
  • Several definitions were changed to reflect that
    team control will now exist during a throw-in
    when the thrower-in has the ball at his/her
    disposal. The change primarily affects how foul
    penalties will be administered.
  • Rationale By changing the definition of player
    and team control to include a throw-in, greater
    consistency in the penalty for a common foul is
    achieved.
  • This rules change will result in greater
    consistency in the penalties for common fouls,
    eliminate confusion on rule application and speed
    up the contest by eliminating the delay inherent
    with administering free throws.

57
NFHS EDITORIAL CHANGES
  • 1-11-2, 3
  • Updated specifications were added to the
    basket-ring rules. A note was also added
    recommending that basket rings be inspected for
    rules compliance.
  • Rationale The changes will more accurately
    describe the products used in the marketplace and
    encourage some type of equipment inspection.

58
NFHS EDITORIAL CHANGES
2-2-4 New Note A note was added clarifying the
administrative responsibilities of game officials
through the completion of required
reports. Rationale The administrative duties
for game officials needed to be extended after
the game to document actions which occur during
the game. This revision illustrates the
difference between the game officials
jurisdiction during the game and other
administrative responsibilities such as
submitting specific reports after the game.
59
NFHS EDITORIAL CHANGES
  • 3-4-1c New Note
  • A new note was added recommending that the
    visiting teams dark jersey be the darker of the
    schools color scheme or black.
  • Rationale Many schools believe that a
    contrasting dark-colored jersey need only be a
    color other than white. When visiting teams wear
    light blue, light gold or light silver, it is
    difficult to differentiate them from the home
    white jerseys.

60
NFHS EDITORIAL CHANGES
  • 3-5-1 New Note
  • A new note was added authorizing state
    associations to grant exceptions to NFHS playing
    rules for participants with disabilities, special
    needs and/or extenuating circumstances.
  • Rationale Clarifies that an individual state
    association may authorize exceptions to NFHS
    playing rules to provide reasonable
    accommodations to individual participants with
    disabilities and/or special needs or other unique
    and extenuating circumstances. Such exceptions
    are not considered rules modifications since they
    are not general in nature rather, they are
    limited to the circumstances of specific
    individual participants.

61
NFHS EDITORIAL CHANGES
  • 4-19-3
  • The definition of an intentional foul was
    clarified and reorganized.
  • Rationale Clarification.
  • 5-11 12
  • The sections related to charged time-outs were
    consolidated and reorganized. Section 5-12 became
    unnecessary and was deleted.
  • Rationale Clarification.

62
NFHS EDITORIAL CHANGES
  • 6-4-3e, g Note
  • Alternating-possession throw-in situations were
    clarified.
  • Rationale Current items e. and g. were
    inaccurate given the point of interruption
    procedure in 4-36. The Note was also clarified.

63
NFHS EDITORIAL CHANGES
  • 8-6-2, 8-6-3 New, 8-7
  • The penalty administration for when single fouls
    occur as part of a multiple free-throw situation
    and when a double foul occurs as part of a
    multiple free-throw situation was clarified.
    Based on these editorial changes, Section 8-7
    became unnecessary and was deleted.
  • Rationale Clarification.

64
NFHS EDITORIAL CHANGES
  • 9-2-10 Penalty 4
  • Clarified that when an opponent contacts the
    thrower-in, an intentional foul shall be charged
    to the offender.
  • Rationale Any type of contact on a thrower is an
    intentional foul. The defender does not actually
    have to break the boundary plane. This
    clarification will assist in more consistent
    enforcement.

65
2011-13 MAJOR MECHANICS CHANGES
  • 2.2.2.C.6 New
  • Crew of Two Only The Trail will mirror the
    Leads stop-and start-clock (chop) signal to
    ensure proper court coverage.
  • Rationale This is the three-person mechanic. Too
    many times in a crew of two it is hard for the
    timer to see the Lead start the clock. This was
    the rationale for three-person mechanics, so the
    same technique should be used for a crew of two.
    It is also good training for those transitioning
    from a crew of two to three.

66
2011-13 MAJOR MECHANICS CHANGES
  • 2.4.4.B.4 3.4.4.B.4
  • A visible signal (point to the table) was added
    to indicate when the timer should start the clock
    on a time-out.
  • Rationale Helps to provide consistent
    administration of time-out situations.

67
POINTS OF EMPHASIS
  • 2011-12 POINTS OF EMPHASIS
  • Sporting Behavior
  • Pregame situations
  • Taunting/Self Promotion
  • Guidelines for Teaching and Officiating
  • Handchecking and Body Fouls
  • Screening
  • Post Play
  • Rebounding
  • Injury Data and Prevention
  • Injury Data
  • Injury Prevention

68
WEBSITE OVERVIEW
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WEBSITE OVERVIEW www.bcboaonline.org
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WEBSITE OVERVIEW www.bcboaonline.org
71
OTHER BUSINESS
Next meeting September 20 First Training Sept 7th
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